Saturday, July 27, 2013
DARK SHADOWS IN AUGUST: THE LUCIFER GAMBIT
August is almost here and so is THE LUCIFER GAMBIT, my latest contribution to the Big Finish DARK SHADOWS series of audio dramas. Based on the classic supernatural TV soap opera that ran on ABC from 1966-1971, these all-new stories continue the macabre tales of the Collins family and their haunted happenings.
(And yes, that Johnny Depp movie last year was a big-budget remake of Dark Shadows.)
THE LUCIFER GAMBIT is the perfect tale for those who want to celebrate Halloween a little early! Here's a synopsis of the story, courtesy of the BF website:
"Don't live in the darkness, Amy Jennings."
Adolescence is difficult enough, especially when your family members are vampires and werewolves. But somehow Amy Jennings survived it. Now a young woman, Amy has come back to Collinsport, determined to forget the horrors of childhood and start anew. But growing up means confronting the truth about the world around you and Amy's rite of passage has just begun. Drawn into a world of obscene wealth, blind seduction, and cold-blooded murder by the irresistible Dominic Randall, Amy is about to learn that passion burns. But so does a woman's scorn… because falling in love can be incendiary.
THE LUCIFER GAMBIT is now available for pre-order. You can also download the audio trailer right now at the link below:
Want to know more about LUCIFER? (You knew that was coming, didn't you?) Then go to the link below. Famed British actress Sheila Steafel plays a diabolical baddy you won't soon forget:
Also, here are links to my two previous BF: DARK SHADOWS stories. Buy them all and I'll like you a lot. Seriously.
DARK SHADOWS: THE WICKED AND THE DEAD
Starring Jerry Lacy as The Reverend Gregory Trask and John Karlen as Carl Collins
This one is set during the original series' 1897 flashback.
DARK SHADOWS: KINGDOM OF THE DEAD
This four-CD set is co-written by Stuart Manning and Yours Truly
An epic tale of vampires, werewolves, and more... KOTD features many of the classic DS stars reprising their original TV roles for audio, including David Selby as Quentin Collins, Kathryn Leigh Scott as Maggie Evans, and Lara Parker as Angelique Collins and many, many more!